Relationship Cord Healing
We humans are living in groups, in families in close contact with other humans. Although solitude is sometimes refreshing, essentially we are tribal and flourish in company with others around us. This contact manifests in many different forms of relationships. Some are very nourishing and supportive, whilst others can be destructive and undermining our essence.
The way in which we form relationships starts in the very first or formative relationships that we have with our mother, father, siblings, friends, teachers etc.. These relationships form part of the way in which we set up the patterns for the way in which we relate to other people for the rest of our lives. These patterns are built on subconscious assumptions which are made very early in life that this is the correct way to relate to anybody.
Most significant relationships are with people with whom we had relationships in previous lives. We are incarnating within a group of (about 30-50 people) souls which will tend to keep on coming back again but in different roles to deal with particular karmic issues. These cords or patterns can follow us through lifetimes and they are primarily on the astral level, but stored within these cords are the memories of everything that ever happened in that relationship of these souls.
Co-dependent relationships are set up to be mutually colluding. There is a silent agreement to support each other’s illusionary stories. Where neither partner is able to get out of a destructive pattern, or is held by underlying feelings of guilt or hopelessness. These agreements again can reach back beyond several lifetimes. I often see these as hooks, where people hang on to each other surrounded by fear.
When sensing into the cords that we form in our relationships, we can perceive the nature and the strength of this relationship in the size and colour and also the position of these cords. As there are endless variations to relationships there is also an endless variation as to the shape and the size of these relationship cords. Healing these relationship cords happens also in a vast variety of ways, either by disentangling cords, reconnecting broken cords, healing injured cords, repositioning cords on either side. The subsequent healing can have far reaching effect, often like the rippling effect of throwing a stone into water. By just healing one relationship, the atmosphere within a family can change completely or the communication at work or with a boss can be greatly improved. It enables us to get more in touch with our emotions and feelings acknowledging that we have the right to have these emotions.
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